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as the comedian stephen colbert brought his fictionalized late-night tv character to an actual congressional hearing where he had been invited to testify about a single day he spent on a farm courtesy of the farm workers union. he was hardly the first celebrity to testify before congress, but nobody had seen anything quite like this before, and there's never been a climate quite like this one before. our white house correspondent savannah guthrie is here with us in our new york studios with more on this to start us off. >> reporter: as is customary in washington, colbert submitted prepared written remarking before his testimony, and they looked straightforward enough. when he sat down to testify, he went off script and into his comedy routine. and not everyone is laughing tonight. on capitol hill today, more evidence of why some americans think washington is a joke. the comedian stephen colbert, was billed as an expert witness on farm labor. and testified in character. >> congresswoman asked me to share my vast experience, spending one day as a migrant farm worker. i'm happy to use my celebr
. >> good morning. i am pam cook. it files like a little later in the year, stephen -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -- october or something -- >> -- november -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -- pam, we do have some cool conditions, not as cool as yesterday but low 50s, fog is the biggest story this morning. some of that is right down on the deck so be careful. let's get do our temperatures 60s by the coast after that fog burns off and some local drizzle, then upper 70s, low to mid 80s now away from the okay. sal with an update on your traffic. >> good morning. right now traffic on 80 westbound, steve, looks good out to the macarthur maze. no major problems here. also the morning commute looks good westbound towards the paygates a little bit of a slow down, now back to dave and pam. >> 6:01. we are beginning our 6:00 hour with new developments in last week deadly explosion and fire in san bruno, governor schwarzenegger will be at the disaster zone this afternoon after coming back from his trade mission to asia. dispatchers have now released the chilling audiotapes that ca
to be up to every detail. bill: and, stephen hayes and marion marsh are coming up to debate the topic you are talking about. stay tuned for that great panel and a big issue here, in the meantime, voters waiting to see what congress does about the expiring tax cuts, both parties divided over whether or not to extend them, to all americans, and, democratic leaders have yet to make a move on the issue and that change -- will that change today, we wonder, molly henneberg, camped out on the hill, what this is democrats' strategy at play. >> reporter: that is what everybody is waiting to see, how the democrats will proceed with this and the nation's most high-profile democrat, president obama, will speak about the bush tax cuts later today. that is what we are given to expect. and, the tax cuts that are -- apply to virtually every taxpayer that are set to expire at the end of the year unless congress acts and the president said he wants to extend the tax cuts for households that make $250,000 or less and, democrats led my harry reid, are trying to figure out how to do that but as yet no bill is
channel 2 morning news tuesday. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. stephen, what's the weather like today? >> reporter: it will be slightly warmer. fog will burn off sooner. 50s, 60s. a big fog bank continues to hang on by the coast. inland areas will bump up about five to seven degreeses. now sal has an update on your traffic. >> reporter: right now traffic is doing very well in most areas. if you're going to leave the house soon you should have a decent drive to work, but there are some road construction closures. northbound 101 closed for overnight work. it's going to be there until 6. it's 5:30. let's go back to dave and pam. >>> in san francisco today state regulators will take their first look at a controversial proposal from pg&e. this would require the customers to pay all of the costs of fires that exceeds the utility's insurance coverage. that would include last week's gas line explosion and fire in san bruno. it's still not clear if the plan the make customers pay would require a rate hike. the proposal still has to be approved by the state utility commission. >>> pge and e's n
everybody back to work. martha: stephen moore, is an economic writer at the "wall street journal." good to see you. >> hi there. martha: a couple of things i take away from what austan goolsbee said, they try to manage down expectation and don't want to say things will get better when we have a long way to go. >> that's right, by the way, martha, i have known him several years and is a good economist but what he's disabilities of here is being honest, here. being honest about the repercussions of the stimulus bill, we probably are going to have a number of more months of 9%-plus unemployment, and, this, i think is an admission, at stimulus plan did not work. remember, we were promised an unemployment rate of less than 8% by now. martha: why they are backing away from specific numbers, because, the 8% number has hung around their shoulders in an unpleasant way and there's the august number, 9.6, the highest rate of 10% and nobody is feeling great at 9.6%, and, the stimulus package, there's still a lot of money left in that. a lot of folks wonder why can't we use the money for the new sti
. stephen bosworth is there to diuss the resumption of the six-party talks on north korea's nuclear program. they'll have talks in seoul, tokyo and beijing. >>> a massive manhunt is under way for 5 inmates who escaped from a prison in northern mexico. official says the prisoners used a ladder to escape. 44 corrections officers have been detained on suspion of corruption. the facility is located near the u.s. border. and one day after the ninth anniversary of 9/11, the head of the homeland secured department is weighing in on how u.s. security has improved since those attacks. janet napolitano said the u.s. is safer now. but she says there is no one10 100% guarante we the country wot be attacked again. and she adds the u.s. will never be totally immune from terror threats. >>> all right. how much is just enough when comes to financial happiness? and jacqui jeras will be joining me as well. to help answer that question. the chat room. >>> we'll soon get back to the news room. time for little chat room. these are some of the favorite topics that jacqui jeras and i like to talk about that we wi
. stephen bosworth arrived in seoul today. the american delegation will also have stalks in tokyo and beijing. >>> americ sarah shourd is expected to be released by iran once her family comes up with a half million dollars in bail money. lawyer representing shourdul says her release could come as early as today. shourd and two other american hikers accused of spying have been detained in iran for more than a year. iran says they crossed the border from aq illegally. >>and voters in turkey have approved a wide-ranging package of constitutional amendments. included in the 26 amendments, collective bargaining for public workers, affirmative action measures for women and judicial reforms. turkey's prime minister calls the passage a milestone for democracy. >>> i know earlier we got you moving, at least josh did with those moves that dudes need to make. well now we got some catchy tunes. and a sneaky cat creep into this ekan's viral videos. >> i can't get over the whole -- >> the robots we were watching before? >> yeah. >> they're crazy. now everyone is always trying to become famousen
. the good samaritan is identify as 26-year-old stephen pereira of titusville, florida. the main lesson of this incident, survivors is the important of stopping slave on the freeway. >> if you find yourself anyway situation where your car break down or you are involve in a ac you want to remain in your seattle vec and wait for methpersonnel to arrive on scene and tell you it's safe to exit your vehicle. >> reporter: three other people suffer minor injuries. ive was okay. at 6:00 tonight, the scene was completely cleared, a full 15 hours after the accident happened. in san mateo, i'm john saski, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> alameda police say they have no plead leids in the deadly shooting of a man in the northern part of that city. investigators were out on eagle avenue near webster interest searching the crime scene to clues to the hoped. when officer adride of on the 700 block on eagle before midnight they discovered a 35- year-old man with numerous gunshot wounds. along with no leads there are no suspect and no motive. investigator that investigators are aware. >>> in berkeley a woman e
says 53-year-old stephen ebaugh of menlo park was hit by a southbound train at 5:00 last sunday. it is unclear why he was on the tracks but he was reportedly a veteran of the marine corps and a member of the palo alto elks club. >> 5:36. authorities have identified the man killed yesterday morning in a fishing boat accident in the san francisco bay. investigators say roland reed was killed after the boat slammed into the rocks near the richmond marina. the sphiewn-year-old richmond man was a passenger on that boat. he had gone out fishing with three of his friends. investigators say they were not wearing life jackets. still not clear what caused the crash. >>> yusef bay the 4th's request to move his murder trial out of alameda county is set for a second day of hearings today. the former leader of oakland's you black pus muslim bakery and his could defendant are accused of murdering journalist chauncey bailey and two other men. defense wants want their trial movered to los angeles, they say media attention would prevent them from getting a fair trial in alameda county. >> how doe
to put the braixes on a number of important projects. >>> comedian stephen could beryl is known for playing a foy conservative. find out why he will be testifying for real before congress today. >>> as early as today there could be an important legal decision concerning the military's don't ask-don't tell policy. that decision will come from someone here in california. now back to you. >> tori, thank you. >>> some folks out looking for a job are getting some help to prepare for job interviews from bart. bart collected gentle used professional clothing from bart commuters yesterday. bart is working with a non- profit group called wardrobe for opportunity. they help people out of a job find jobs. the group says being dressed well cap be crucial when it comes to making that very positive first impression. >> sesame street has decided to cancel a segment with katie perry because some felt her use fit was too sexy. a video was released and the show got complaints from parents about the pop star's cleave age. >> we have a lot to talk about this morning. we are live at san jose city co
. and in massachusetts, nbc's first read is asking whether stephen lynch will coast a victory against the mac d'alessandro. at this moment, the powerful igor appears to be headed straight for bermuda. take a look, in fact, we have video from nasa. igor is now a category 4 hurricane. it is expected to reach the bahamas this weekend and then forecasters believe it will downgrade it to a cat 2. just this morning, though, julia was upgraded to a category 1 hurricane. the storm lingering in the atlantic, it's not threatening land now. >>> well, was it sexual harassment or just what might some consider locker room antics that got out of hand. a female sports reporter from mexico assigned to interview mark san xhez is now at the center of an nfl investigation and, quite honestly, she's the talk of the internet. this weekend she tweeted about feeling uncomfortable in the jets' locker room. well jets' owner woody yawnson called the reporter ines sainz to apologize how she was treated. in an interview sainz said she wasn't threatened or harassed. so what really happened here? joining me is ines sainz. th
's emergency rescue of the auto industry. stephen, good morning, i apologize, i was running. >> running is good for you. >> running in and out. why did you write this book? >> because i thought this was an enormous accomplishment by the obama administration. a singular accomplishment for which there was a beginning, a middle and almost an end and i thought the country deserved to understand. >> you're a guy who does not need the money, you do not need the attention, you don't need trouble and you know that you have talked about some of the things in this book that are going to capture some headlines and as a smart guy, you knew those would capture attention. did you think about it? >> i thought people would take a look at the book in its entirety. it was not some effort to telltales or talk out of school. >> but you do include some anecdotes of some interactions that you had with some key members of the administration. rahm emanuel denies some of the things that you say he said in the book, but one thing in particular you talk about buy it was important to bail out gm is that there were thousan
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